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Her son, Elesban Vidal, his wife and their two daughters will join as many as 125 families that will try to cross the California-Mexico border on Monday and demand that U.S. officials allow them back in the country to join with their U.S. relatives through a humanitarian visa or asylum.
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Mexican marines have seized six small planes and detained three suspects with guns and drugs on a ranch in a western state where the government recently nabbed Sinaloa drug cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
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A 20-year-old woman jailed for killing the man who allegedly raped her has been released after posting bail, Mexican media reported.
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Enrique Olvera is the superstar Mexican chef and owner of Pujol restaurant in Mexico City who has brought international attention and acclaim to Mexican cuisine and Mexico.
Slim-controlled America Movil said it was reviewing the Federal Telecommunications Institute's decision, which included regulations to eliminate national phone roaming charges and improve information for consumers and quality of service.
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The Mexico state government says the March 15-16 "Hell and Heaven Metal Fest" concert planned for a fairground just east of Mexico City did not have adequate safety plans, posing a risk to concert-goers.
A Mexican state's decision to cancel a two-day heavy metal concert with top bands like Kiss, Twisted Sister and Guns 'N Roses is drawing fire from fans and organizers, who say they suspect that political motives, corruption or discrimination are behind the move.
On February 22, the US and Mexican governments caught the Big Fish. Mexican Navy forces and police walked into a beachside condominium and arrested Joaqun "El Chapo" Guzmn, head of the immensely powerful Sinaloa cartel, without firing a shot.
The Mexican government wants 100,000 Mexican students to study in U.S. colleges and universities by 2018, a move that officials said would help both countries, officials said Thursday.
So many teenage girls turned up dead in a vacant field on the outskirts of Mexico City that people nicknamed it the "women's dumping ground."
Mexico City, March 7 The bodies of 13 people, three of them children, were found in a clandestine grave outside the western Mexican city of Apatzingan, sources in the Michoacan state Attorney General's Office said Thursday.
Mexico's vast oil and gas shales are slowly opening up to private investors and companies after decades of being run by the state.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
Beechcraft Corporation and its regional distributor, Aerolineas Ejecutivas, today announced that it will exhibit a Beechcraft King Air 250, King Air C90GTx and Baron G58 at the 11th International Aviation Trade Show & Convention from March 6-8 at Toluca International Airport in Toluca, Mexico.
Same-sex marriage bells are ringing in a growing number of U.S. states and forward-thinking countries.